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27th October 1962 (Main Series)

27th October 1962 (Main Series)

27th October 1962 (USA Series)

27th October 1962 (USA Series)

October ’62 – March ’63 (Australia Series)

Cricket on the Beach

January ’63 – November ’63 (Australia Series)

Operation Manna

November & December 1963 (Main Series)

November & December 1963 (Main Series)

November & December 1963 (USA Series)

November & December 1963 (USA Series)

December 1963 (Main Series)

December 1963 (Main Series)

December ’63 & January ’64 (USA Series)

December ’63 & January ’64 (USA Series)

January & February 1964 (Main Series)

January & February 1964 (Main Series)

February – April 1964 (Main Series)

February – April 1964 (Main Series)

April & May ’64 (Main Series)

April & May ’64 (Main Series)

May & June ’64 (Main Series)

May & June ’64 (Main Series)

June & July 1964 (Main Series)

June & July 1964 (Main Series)

June & July ’64 (USA Series)

June & July ’64 (USA Series)

July 1964 (Main Series)

July 1964 (Main Series)

November ’64 – January ’65 (USA Series)

November ’64 – January ’65 (USA Series)

January – March ’65 (Main Series)

January – March ’65 (Main Series)

By the spring of 2018 there will be books available in three inter-related Timeline 10/27/62 series.

Belatedly, I have realised this might seem a tad confusing when it comes to figuring out which one to read first, etcetera.

In future I will endeavour to make things simpler but as we are, as they say, where we are I thought it might be helpful to let my readers have an ‘official’ chronology of the seventeen books which will be available by sometime in April 2018.

From the graphical timeline on this page, you will see that six of the books cover pretty much the same chronological period, albeit from completely different perspectives but that the other eleven do not directly cover the same time span.

Operation Anadyr and Aftermath are set on the day of the October War (27th October 1962).

Love is Strange and California Dreaming takes up the story in Britain and the US thirteen months after the War.

The Mountains of the Moon and Ask Not of Your Country also run parallel.

Elsewhere there is overlap between the Main Series and the USA Series but not such as to make it counter-productive to read the books in chronological sequence.

I hope this helps!

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